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Secrets of a Limo Driver

I tell you now
For in the telling
It is good for my soul
That this be my confession
Forgive me
But did you know

I am your limo driver 
I do forewarn you now
When the petition is up
With you and party comfortably stowed
I hear everything 
Every word or groan
Every laughter or sigh 
When you and another are secretly embraced
My limo rocks and bounces
The limo fight’s the road to stay straight
I know what you’re doing

You believe with in this luxury carriage 
The world is unable to notice
But be ye warned
And tip me well 
That I don’t tell
For besides God who is all knowing
I the limo driver know what you’re doing

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